Crater Lake Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and the weather was warm like Florida so my shirt and shorts were perfect while Melissa peeled away her sweatshirt while knocking other passengers around. We got the rental car a lot faster than most places and headed to Crater Lake. The lake is the deepest in the USA and although no one would openly say it, we believe the Lochness monster is hanging out in its abyss while Bigfoot protects it from the land. We hiked to Watchman's ...
... a delicious lunch overlooking a beautiful river. Our server told us about a fish preserve just up the road, so, of course, we drove a little out of our way to have a look. We parked our car and hiked down to the water where we sat on some rocks and just took in the beautiful view.
Then we found the main highway and headed into Portland, checked into our hotel, and went out for a delicious dinner (and trivia!) at El Cubo de Cuba followed by yummy ice cream at Salt & Straw.
Written by Rebecca
We got up early on Sunday and headed out of Glacier National Park toward Crater Lake. The drive was beautiful for many miles as we crossed western Montana and Idaho—lots of mountains and streams. We crossed into western Washington at Spokane and then scenic beauty dried up for a while. We took some interesting roads, though, and eventually made it to the border with Oregon, and after a fairly short drive got to the Columbia River ...
The quest is over, we have found the perfect place !
A little bit of Washington for the Olympic national park which despite giving us another miss
when after climbing up the 'Hurricane ridge road” for 17 miles, the
360 degree panorama over Vancouver and Seattle area was once again
taken away by a thick clouds was absolutely stunning the rest of the
So we just turned back and headed for the other treasure of the park, its coastal line with ...
... The Oregon coast beckoned us (Highway 101). More long sandy beaches, with rocky outcrops between them, sometimes the road was several hundred metres above the sea level. The scenery was great.
The guide books for the region emphasis lighthouses and bridges, along with beaches. As we travelled the coast we could see why lighthouses are important. It is the west coast after all. We had experienced the wind and the fog/smoke in ...
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